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” added the officer. despite Dharavi being potential prime real estate,A worried BJP was reduced to launching a fire-fighting operation to try and discredit the three young leaders. where “Bajirao Mastani” was named the Best Film and Sanjay Leela Bhansali received the Best Director award for the historical period drama. Pawar said, By July 16.

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Memory bleed from a fretful past might have also peeped in at tea when they had to bat but they were calmed by the admirable composure and talent shown by a 19-year old kid. steered, 2012 2:51 am Related News An austerity doctrine is exactly the wrong policy move in a depression ? “Smartphone devices may ultimately be capable of providing instantly accessible and highly effective treatments for depression,Gurpreet, Rahul Dravid, But the FIFA vice president has unwelcome links to the tainted old regime. This year, I won’t call this purchased win even a scam..this is a daylight crime" Haasan charged He recalled Election Commission rescinding the bypoll for this city segment when it was to be held in April last year following complaints of money distribution Dhinakaran was the ruling party candidate then but was later sidelined by the Palaniswami and his cabinet colleagues The chief minister and deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam who was then a rebel leader merged their respective factions in August last year Dhinakaran contested last month’s election as an independent candidate and polled over 89000 votes Haasan charged that both the "independent" and the "ruling side fixed rates" for voters Alleging that people had voted for money Haasan in the article said: "you have been sold out" Dhinakaran responding to Haasan’s allegations hit out at the award-winning star saying he had "insulted" and "hurt" the RK Nagar voters by making such allegations Haasan’s charge was "strongly condemnable" he told reporters "This doesn’t befit his age and experience Under the garb of attacking the winner he is attacking the people who are mainly from poorer sections saying they voted for money" Dhinakaran said He denied bribing the voters saying if at all money would have played a role in the electoral outcome "Two Leaves (AIADMK) would have won" "Whether you accept or not people of RK Nagar have voted for me Don’t hurt those lovable people (by making such allegations)" Dhinakaran said Questioning whether Kamal Haasan was a ‘judge’ or ‘God’ Dhinakaran said the actor should have contested the bypoll to face the reality Apparently hitting out at the actor’s political ambitions Dhinakaran asked: "can such people survive in politics" "Politics is not some scripted movie where one can mouth dialogues written by someone else" he said On his victory he said RK Nagar voters have "recognised we are Amma’s (Jayalalithaa) successors Those who are apprehensive due to this are saying such things (of bribing the voters)" Dhinakaran dared those making such allegations to reiterate them by holding a public meeting at RK Nagar Haasan who has announced his intentions of entering politics has been vocal on a number of issues ranging from corruption to right-wing extremism Kolkata: Actions that carry multiple connotations are necessary to be designed along the perceptions of the popular vote Every politician does it Complex as this may be it is surprisingly efficient in reaching out to the target audience Except when messages of one political rival undergo a transference and become valuable content for the other political party The best examples are the ones that enrage Donald Trump the most provoking him to accuse the media of dividing the popular vote by twisting his words and subverting his position be it on the Charlottesville violence travel ban or the Obamacare to name a few even though there were some people who supported him Likewise almost everything that Narendra Modi says is subjected to the same sort of revision by his critics and political opposition File image of Mamata Banerjee PTI However the miasma of distrust that such inversions spread have extended to the peripheries for example Mamata Banerjee’s message to maintain West Bengal’s reputation of peacefully coexisting communities during the Durga Puja-Muharram period has been turned into one more wound on the body of Hindu sentiment It’s just her luck that the first of the several days of Durga Puja immersions coincides with Muharram It’s bad luck that the immersion crowd and the Muharram crowd are both likely to be highly charged and so difficult to handle It’s worse luck that in West Bengal the roads are the spaces for staging both observances In that sense what would have been normal in other times in West Bengal — holding the immersions back for a day to allow the Muharram processions to proceed without incident — has become another grudge against the minority triggering in the process a heightened awareness and increased tension between the communities thus widening the polarisation and deepening the divisions It is routine for immersions to be postponed for a day if the Hindu belief indicates that a yatra or departure is inauspicious Whether Muharram has ever in the past postponed the first day of immersions is not the issue but that the grievance adds to the growing count of reasons for communal resentment is Alterations to the landscape of communal sensitivities have been Banerjee’s particular contribution to West Bengal politics And it began long before her signature donning of the white chador tucked behind her ears like Muslim women She freely infused their consciousness at a time when she sought to emphasise her difference with the irreligious communists By attaching herself and encouraging the Trinamool Congress leadership to be closely associated with Hindu celebrations and iftaar parties Banerjee underscored both proximity and difference Between 2006 and 2011 the signals became more overt and aggressive because she was in hot pursuit of the Muslim vote in West Bengal The Sachar Committee Report of 2006 was handy because it uncovered the inequalities between the Muslim minority and the Hindu majority on socioeconomic indicators as well as education It helped various organisations including the orthodox Muslim ones in West Bengal to map their grievances It created the conditions for Banerjee to insert herself as the champion and represent the cause of injustice With over 90 seats where the Muslim vote could shift the balance at stake the Trinamool Congress befriended various sections of Muslim opinion and its leadership including the Peerzada of Furfura Toha Siddiqui and Nurur Rehman Barkati the imam of the Tipu Sultan Mosque and later the boss of the Jamaat-e-Ulema-Hind Siddiqullah Chowdhury After her spectacular 2011 victory Banerjee made good on her promises of support providing a stipend to imams and even muezzins strengthening the West Bengal Minorities Development and Finance Commission offering to recognise more madrassas and joining lavish iftaar celebrations The reaction that it triggered in West Bengal — where the memory of dispossession among families that fled East Pakistan after Partition in 1947 and later after 1971’s Liberation War is a pain-filled inheritance — was sufficient to kick-off the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s till then weak incursions into the political space The success of the Modi-Amit Shah partnership in capturing the public imagination impacted vote shares in West Bengal While the overwhelming majority of popular vote stayed with Banerjee the BJP’s share went up in 2014 to 175 percent and then dipped in 2016 to just over 10 percent and has now jumped by a factor of three to over 30 percent in recent municipal elections The numbers highlight the shifts and undercurrents in West Bengal’s volatile terrain The BJP in the popular imagination though not in terms of the popular vote is emerging as the alternative and the challenger to Trinamool Congress For this Banerjee is perhaps more responsible than she can afford to admit Inpolarising politics along sentimental divides Banerjee created the conditions for the BJP to move from the wings onto the centrestage And in decimating the internally haemorrhaging secular Opposition through orchestrated violence against the Communist Party of India (Marxist)-led Left Front Banerjee made sure that the BJP would emerge as the only alternative After 2014 by winning two Lok Sabha seats there was only one way to go for the BJP — onwards and upwards in West Bengal’s political ratings Every pitch the party made; every message that Modi communicated strengthened its appeal in West Bengal The strategy is squeezing Banerjee into an ever smaller space compelling her to depend more heavily on groups and interests that brand her in ways that benefit the BJP’s Hindutva pitch If she is forced to maintain a deafening silence on the Supreme Court verdict on instant triple talaq to appease her Muslim support it signals to the wavering voter that she is not a reliable leader Because she is perceived by increasing numbers of popular voters to have tilted too far on one side to be a responsible leader who can maintain a balance between two communities she has effectively handed the BJP a political arsenal with which it can polarise and profit Embarrassed by the Saradha-Rose Valley-Narada scams and uneasy about who among her ‘in-group’ in the Trinamool Congress would be found out next as tainted Banerjee has turned into a lesser leader than she was in 2011 The knife’s edge she walks requires her to ensure that Modi does not turn vindictive and that she can repossess the middle and re-establish herself as an acceptable secular leader To do so the Trinamool Congress leader has signalled that she is an important member of the league of 17 anti-BJP parties at the Centre She has been cosying up to the Congress on the one hand and offering herself as a campaigner on the other To retrieve the capricious popular vote Banerjee needs to reinvent herself At this point whatever she does is likely to benefit the BJP in terms of vote shares Her dominance of the political space and her alienation of dangerously large numbers of voters has made it easier for the emergence of the BJP as a single challenger India’s GDP growth slumped to a three-year low of 57 percent during April-June — lagging China for the second straight quarter — as manufacturing slowed ahead of the GST launch amid demonetisation effect China clocked a record 69 percent growth in January-March and April-June quarters Reuters The expansion in gross domestic product (GDP) was 61 percent in the preceding quarter and 79 percent in the same period last fiscal The previous low of 46 percent was recorded in January-March 2014 Gross value added (GVA) in the manufacturing sector fell sharply to 12 percent from 107 percent year on year as the businesses focussed more on clearing inventories rather than production ahead of the 1 July launch of GST Demonetisation of high-value currency notes in November last year impacted economic activities in the January-March quarter as GDP growth slipped to 61 percent and further to 57 percent in the three months to June The data released by the Central Statistics Office (CSO) came in below market expectations which predicted it to be at least a tad higher than January-March growth figure of 61 percent Here’s an analysis of the six key data points: GDP growth (YoY in %)Infogram For eight quarters from January-March 2015 to October-December 2016 India consistently remained the fastest growing economy surpassing China The government has been boasting around about the tag which doesn’t mean nothing much other than that the country is a bright spot in the gloomy global economic scenario However for the last two quarters India lost the top slot due to the twin effect of demonetisation and GST Experts aver it would a few more quarters for India to win back the tag? 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who has served as district magistrate of Etah,he molested her.The ruling Congress party is only the party of rich and not the party of poor and average people, he said The BJP demanded an immediate rollback of the power tariff hike Other BJP leaders who were a part of the protest were state vice presidentBanto Katariasenior leadersShamlal BansalGian Chand Guptaformer councillorBB Singhal and C B Goel The BJP leader displayed banners seeking a reduction in the prices of electricity For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: June 11 2012 1:34 am Related News Unidentified people stole a bag containing cashan ipad and ATM card from a two-wheeler and then allegedly used the ATM card to withdraw cash from three different places Mohali-resident Abhishek Kanodiawho works at an electronic store in Gurgaonin his complaint to the policealleged that he had parked his Honda Activa scooter at the Sector-34 market on Saturday When he returned he found that someone had stolen his bag containing Rs 9000an ATM card and ipad from the scooter He further alleged that the unidentified accused used his HSBC ATM card to withdraw Rs 71500 from the UCO Bank ATM in Sector 22-DPunjab National Bank ATM in Sector 23 and ICICI Bank ATM in Sector 22-D The police have registered a case of theft at the Sector-34 police station on the complaint of the victim For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: November 21 2013 4:21 am Related News Slamming the Centre on the issue of bifurcation of Andhra PradeshChief Minister Mamata Banerjee Wednesday said it cannot bulldoze others to get things done and that consensus will have to be reached before any decision on bifurcation Our stand is clear. US intelligence chiefs assessed the situation in the war-torn country.

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